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Dear Sir I cannot say I will neither do I feel willing absolutely to decline your invitation to lecture before the Lyceum [—] I can tell in the course of a couple of months. if it is worth your while to leave a place open for me - Will Mr. Mudge be kind Enough to enclose to me thro the Post office - that file of my mother for taxes, if he has had it - * oblige truly [Yours?] - W Phillips